Thursday, December 10, 2009

NASA -The 2009 Geminid Meteor Shower

A new Moon will keep skies dark for a display that experts say could top 140 meteors per hour. According to the International Meteor Organization, maximum activity should occur around 12:10 a.m. EST (0510 UT) on Dec. 14th. The peak is broad, however, and the night sky will be rich with Geminids for many hours and perhaps even days around the maximum.
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NASA -The 2009 Geminid Meteor Shower

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